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  A monk asked the priest Kan-feng:
-Bhagavats in the ten directions got one straight road to Nirvana. I dare to ask where that road is?
Kan-feng lifted up his staff, drew a line in the air, and said:
-Here it is.
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ZEN AND BUDDHISM NEWS
Here are 4 sources of 24-hour news feeds of buddism and zen news around the world.
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1. China's ancient Shaolin temple seeks Zen master of new media - Financial Times

SFGate

China's ancient Shaolin temple seeks Zen master of new media
Financial Times
China's most famous Buddhist business venture – the ancient Shaolin temple, spiritual home of kung fu – has been swamped with applicants who want to help it use social media to build its brand at home and abroad. The 1,500-year-old temple, the cradle ...
Netizens kick around idea of taking job at kung fu templeecns

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2. San Francisco to pay $15 million in fatal park hit-run - Santa Rosa Press Democrat

ABC News

San Francisco to pay $15 million in fatal park hit-run
Santa Rosa Press Democrat
FILE - This undated file image provided by Joy Mazzola shows Christine Svanemyr, a victim of a hit and run incident in San Francisco. The city's Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the legal settlement Tuesday, Sept. 30, to 35-year-old Christine ...
San Francisco to pay $15 million to family of woman killed by city truck in ...Minneapolis Star Tribune
San Francisco to pay $15M in fatal park hit-runThe San Luis Obispo Tribune

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3. The Zen Report: A Zen without any Zen in her - The Pasadena Star-News

The Zen Report: A Zen without any Zen in her
The Pasadena Star-News
When people hear it for the first time, they sometimes adopt a serene, meditative expression and say, “Oh, like, Zen.” “Yes, like Zen Buddhism,” I say. “But really, it comes from a Chinese character. My parents misspelled it. It should be Y-A-N, which ...



4. TO YOUR HEALTH: Oct. 1 - Wicked Local Plymouth

TO YOUR HEALTH: Oct. 1
Wicked Local Plymouth
The Zen Group is part of the Kwan Um School of Zen, which has its head temple in Cumberland, R.I. Korean Zen Master Kyong Ho lived from 1849 to 1912 and was a teacher in the Kwan Um lineage known for his sayings that appear to turn conventional wisdom ...

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5. Here & Now #73 - Echonetdaily

Echonetdaily

Here & Now #73
Echonetdaily
By the time Buddhism reached Japan from Nepal after an 800 year slog via India and Southeast Asia, it had morphed into Zen. In the 13th century, the Eihei Dogen in Japan developed Soto Zen. This mob's main gig was just sitting. Like the kids and I are ...



6. Music Review: Leonard Cohen - 'Popular Problems' - Blogcritics (blog)

Blogcritics (blog)

Music Review: Leonard Cohen - 'Popular Problems'
Blogcritics (blog)
In 2012, his Old Ideas was taken by many as a restatement of these concerns from the point of view of an elder statesman of verse looking back over a long career through the lens of Zen Buddhism. His new Popular Problems, Cohen's 13th album, is a ...

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7. PLYMOUTH ZEN GROUP: Zen Master Bon Yeon to visit Plymouth - Wicked Local Plymouth

PLYMOUTH ZEN GROUP: Zen Master Bon Yeon to visit Plymouth
Wicked Local Plymouth
She is the guiding teacher of the Cambridge Zen Center, one of the largest residential Zen centers in the United States, and of the Plymouth Zen Group, which is part of the Cape Cod Zen Center. She began practicing Buddhism in 1977 in Kathmandu, Nepal.

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8. Zen & the Art of Market Cap Maintenance - InvestorIntel

Zen & the Art of Market Cap Maintenance
InvestorIntel
When pondering the recent lassitude in the Zenyatta share price, my mind drifted to a less familiar part of the Zen ritual in Japan and wondered whether Zenyatta shareholders might care to indulge. In Zen Buddhism, the keisaku is a flat wooden stick or ...



9. USAFA 60th Anniversary continues with October dates in history - U.S. Air Force Academy Athletics (blog)

USAFA 60th Anniversary continues with October dates in history
U.S. Air Force Academy Athletics (blog)
29 October 2007 -- The Vast Refuge Dharma Hall is dedicated as the Cadet Buddhist Chapel. The Buddhist sanctuary, located downstairs in the Cadet Chapel, is the gift of the Frederick P. Lenz Foundation for American Buddhism and The Friends of Zen.




 



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